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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 21, 2001)

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'Functional flirting' blooms in UK workplaces. 120
'Greedy' Barry pounds 10,000 richer! 109
'JURY'S OUT' ON RAIL TIMETABLES. 198
'Protest was pointless - fans don't have any say'. 263
[1] LETTERS: your views. 1557
50,000 Fords recalled in alert. 103
A cosy start to an evening of theatre; REFURBISHED RESTAURANT LOOKS AFTER BELGRADE'S PATRONS. 268
A dream fulfilled; RESORT DEDICATES LIFEBOAT PAID FOR BY PEOPLE OF COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE. 653
A dream fulfilled; RESORT DEDICATES LIFEBOAT PAID FOR BY THE PEOPLE OF COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE. 653
Best foot forward for charity fun; CROWDS ENJOYED THE CARNIVAL ATMOSPHERE AND FINE WEATHER FOR THE LEOFRIC LIONS WALKATHON - AND THEY HELPED GOOD CAUSES ALONG THE WAY. 678
Bogus caller tricks man, 81. 169
Builder chosen for town revamp; WORK TO START SOON ON TRANSFORMING SHOPPING AREA. 227
BUSES: TIME TO MAKE SERVICE THE KEY PRIORITY. 335
Caller tricks man, 81. 86
Cash boost for DNA crime fighters. 203
Centre fighters plan a celebration party. 275
Changes on buses. 121
Chopper coppers. 100
Claire's anger at OAP health care. 103
class act: The page that puts your kids in the spotlight; Prison! Me! No Way! 316
CLOSURE THREAT TO NIGHTCLUB; Police call for city venue to be shut after escalating violence. 260
Coventry success is shared with region; POLICE FIND CO-OPERATION IS PAYING DIVIDENDS AGAINST CRIME. 509
Crew rides high as boat dream is realised. 135
CRICKET: Brilliant Usman wrecks Bears bid. 410
CRICKET: Joy as Darren gets on board. 622
CRICKET: Lancashire's long wait ends in defeat. 339
CRICKET: Pace double act make it it in a row for England; Gough and Caddick blow away Pakistan twice to wrap up Lord's triumph. 721
Cutting remarks that are ever welcome. 127
Cyclists remember the fallen. 272
Death quiz man released. 93
Designers inspired by Bond. 116
DIY church goes up in just THREE days; JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES GATHER IN COVENTRY TO BUILD THEIR OWN HOUSE OF WORSHIP. 426
DOMINOES: Layabouts triumph. 301
Don't be alone with an epileptic child says mum. 222
ELECTION 2001: Blair a Homer fan. 82
ELECTION 2001: Lib Dem pledge over schools. 138
ELECTION 2001: Museum to host BBC road show. 232
ELECTION 2001: Tories get a lift from business. 171
FAMILY MOTORING: A giant step forward. 530
FAMILY MOTORING: All the joys of the open road. 775
FAMILY MOTORING: An ideal answer to the family summer holiday question... 231
FAMILY MOTORING: Brushing up on the rules for driving abroad. 310
FAMILY MOTORING: Buying a new car is easy... it's paying for it that can be more difficult. 524
FAMILY MOTORING: Buying an older used family car the family. 581
FAMILY MOTORING: End backseat tantrums. 230
FAMILY MOTORING: Family friendly Citroen. 422
FAMILY MOTORING: Honda Civic firmly in the family frame. 232
FAMILY MOTORING: Just fab for families. 311
FAMILY MOTORING: Keep cool this summer. 491
FAMILY MOTORING: Make your child's safety your priority. 461
FAMILY MOTORING: Private buyers showing real surge of interest in new cars. 607
FAMILY MOTORING: rIt's all in the preparation. 581
Fear for future of peace festival; This year could be last for event. 246
Flirting at theworks. 80
Floating weekend. 93
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY. 125
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Gallas first in queue for Chelsea. 338
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Houllier strikes perfect balance. 508
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: It's sorry stuff as Sky Blues sign off after 34 years in the football elite. 1148
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Lee takes it hard! 534
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Look to the future. 1588
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Smith gets go-ahead. 809
FOOTBALL: ACTION REPLAY: Strachan determined to bounce back. 378
FOOTBALL: Brakes clinch title glory. 269
FOOTBALL: Cooper is Boro hero; Nuneaton Borough 3 Coventry Marconi 2. 266
FOOTBALL: HARTSON IS HERE TO STAY! 375
FOOTBALL: Royle pays price. 193
Four officers took on violent raider. 195
Freed man tried to repeat crime. 209
GOLF: Brilliant Tiger's in a class of his own. 741
GOLF: First US win for Garcia. 238
Harrison passes first test; BOXING: OLYMPIC CHAMPION GETS HIS PROFESSIONAL CAREER OFF TO A FLYING START. 598
Have we had too much of watching ourselves?; HIDDEN CAMERAS AND VOYEURISTIC ENTERTAINMENT - REALITY TV SHOWS JUST KEEP ON COMING. 1848
Helping hand for 'green' schools. 114
Holiday wildlife. 111
Host of royals at show. 160
I'm not a danger tokidsanymore says paedophile; Man back in village where offences committed. 377
IN THE COURTS. 454
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Title still up for grabs at end of season. 472
Island of calm for stressed motorists! 142
it's your shout election special: What the bosses want... 1398
Last bid to save old Hippodrome; Developers urged to think again about hall. 238
LETTERS: your views. 177
Library loo work due to start. 88
Life-save pair are honoured; COUPLE COMFORTED MAN ON M-WAY BRIDGE. 324
Man is beaten in vicious attack. 109
maureen spring's column ON MONDAY: Summer daydreaming along the waterways. 605
Meeting over road repairs. 169
MILLIONAIRE AIMS TO CREATE FOREST. 189
More countryside paths reopened; Publicity drive to tempt visitors. 228
MOTORSPORT: Mad Max storms to victory. 203
MOTORSPORT: Plato left fuming as Muller takes the lead. 522
Mountains of cash - but more is needed; FUNDRAISING TO CONTINUE TO PAY FOR RUNNING COSTS OF RUGBY HOSPICE. 472
MPC delivers the goods. 123
NHS nurse recruitment under fire. 225
Old lady tried to abduct my son; MOTHER WARNS OTHER PARENTS AFTER TERRIFYING MOMENT IN PRECINCT. 483
Olympian Matthew bridges that gap. 164
Payout call on medical accidents. 174
PC Craig puts focus on green offences. 205
pounds 232,000 award to set up DNA unit. 228
pounds 232,000 for county police to set up DNA unit. 309
Praise for PO bank pledge. 271
Pupils brush up on their DIY skills. 298
RACING: Bob makes his point. 315
RACING: Gosden's French gamble pay off. 240
RACING: Medicean joins Stoute's elite list. 726
RACING: WIN Free tickets to the Derby. 336
reader holidays. 560
READER OFFERS. 85
RUGBY UNION:Broadstreet ease to nap hand of County titles; Barkers Butts 10 Broadstreet 21. 378
RUGBY UNION:Lloyd and Back star for dazzling Tigers; Stade Francais 30 Leicester 34. 538
RUGBY UNION:Sanderson hails Quinns. 260
Ruth trawls in the funds for fishing mission. 191
Sad Sky Blues bow out with a whimper; SINGING SUPPORTERS PUT ON A BRAVE FACE AT CITY'S FINAL PREMIERSHIP GAME. 500
Selfless helpers to be honoured at event to mark Volunteers Week. 106
six-a-side firms league: Super Scott dooms Tesco to first defeat. 288
Sixes of the best; IN ONE OF THE BIGGEST JUNIOR SOCCER TOURNAMENTS EVER HELD, HUNDREDS OF YOUNG PLAYERS GATHERED IN SOUTHAM TO BATTLE IT OUR FOR THE GOALS AND THE MEDALS... 457
SPEEDWAY: Bees lose chance to reach top. 202
SPEEDWAY: Home is where the heartache is. 747
Stress-free meeting. 90
Strike threatens exam chaos at colleges. 137
Study reveals smokers' impotency risk. 137
Subsea keeps eye on the ball; New dot.com venture links up with Sir Alex's Top Table team. 256
Successful survey may lead to further studies. 176
Support for parents. 86
Sweets for breakfast. 101
TENNIS: Title takes Dokic into the top 20. 323
The Big Cat pounces on Europe; X-type serves as passport to new buyers. 272
Theatre stages two shows. 135
Toddler death probe. 93
Traders get together to fight off shop raiders; STREET OF VICTIMS BACKS FORUM. 286
Train times 'almost back to normal'. 196
Transplant tot delight. 91
Tribute to stars raises pounds 950 for Emily appeal. 186
Two die in car crashes. 117
Two die on roads. 80
Victim robbed of her Rolex watch. 139
Villagers in GM crops call. 180
Villagers march against GM plan. 149
Violence dashes peacehope. 204
Warwick firm wins contract to build new Rugby hospice. 152
WIN pounds 100 of Italian food goodies from Safeway. 268
Women warned over pounds 3,000 deal; Trading standards concerned over investment plan that promises a pounds 24,000 return. 343

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